Halloween came from the "All Hallows Evening, the night before all Saints day in Christianity when we as people get to remember the dead, our martyrs and all those who were faithful and good beings. This day is recognized in numerous countries inthe world but I can only speak to America where it has taken off in a huge and Big Business fashion.
Some of you might think that walking the beach or maybe even just a walk in nature or a park is a luxury you don't have time for but I say it is an opportunity to observe--learn from it so it can enrich your life.
"Happiness is like a butterfly. The more you chase it, the more it eludes you; but if you turn your attention to other things, it comes and sits softly on your shoulder."
When I was young, a childhood friend told me that if I held a buttercup beneath my chin, and my chin glowed yellow, it meant that I liked butter. Now, I tried the buttercup experiment, and sure enough, my chin glowed yellow. It was such a silly little amusement, but I remember smiling to myself knowing that a simple flower could say so much about me.
I think we spend too much time worrying about life, the future and how we are going to make ends meet. That is why I suggest it is time to celebrate something joy-filled and meaningful for you. When you expand positive and playful energy, you are able to shift your energy field to a higher vibration and that is good.
For many little girls, becoming a mom, an astronaut, or a famous dancer are just some aspirations their little hearts may have. As they grow and mature into adult women, school and career can start to lose excitement in their lifestyles. They want more than just the education and career - they want someone to share their lives with, to fill the void.
Not to be confused with the television series This article is about those of you who are stuck in a poor pathway in life. You continue to conduct the same actions and behaviors over and over again. It is almost like you are stuck in repeat mode.
Sometimes the communication process can be easily skewed by how well we "listen". The truth is that we get so passionate about something that we miss out on an opportunity to listen to what is happening around us. We talk a lot to convey our message, but because we are stuck in "communication" mode, we miss the potential to hear what may be available to us.